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News

Open call to apply for HPC resources

16/12/20 – As a small and medium-sized company you now have the unique opportunity to apply for HPC-resources. Evolve your business to the next level with the help of HPC. Small and medium-sized companies can now apply for HPC resources through the European project FF4EuroHPC. The project...

New CEO of the national cooperation on digital research infrastructure

18/11/20 – DeiC's board has hired Gitte Julin Kudsk as new CEO starting January 1, 2021. The employment is part of the establishment of a new organization to coordinate national cooperation on digital research infrastructure. Gitte Julin Kudsk has been head of secretariat and...

Kick off for the EU-project EuroCC

17/09/20 – And we're off. The two-year EU-project EuroCC, that is a collaboration between all 8 Danish universities and DeiC have begun. EuroCC Denmark is going to be the national competence center and is to strengthen and expand the use of supercomputers. The Danish EuroCC project...

Greenland joins the eduroam community

15/05/20 – The life of both domestic researchers and the numerous international visitors is made easier as the eduroam service has become available at The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. By Morten Andersen for In The Field. Situated in Greenland’s capital Nuuk, the institute...

How the mapping of the Danish web happens

11/07/19 – Through the supercomputer at The Royal Danish Library and newly developed algorithms, Professor Niels Brügger dives into the Danish part of the World Wide Web to map our digital history. Here he tells how. Niels Brügger researches and writes about digital media history. In...

Research network connects hospital gene equipment to supercomputer

23/02/18 – Without a direct connection across the Danish NREN (National Research and Education Network), Rigshospitalet would not have been able to use new gene sequencing equipment. The Center for Genomic Medicine at the national hospital Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark, performs...

Course teaches scientists how to develop software

28/03/17 – A free training course teaches scientic researchers how to develop software on their own and in groups. During a three day course, scientists may learn how to use state of the art tools and methods when developing software for research projects. Among the topics covered are...

Dedicated line between supercomputers saves time for biomedical researchers

20/01/17 – By connecting two separate supercomputers directly via the Danish NREN, researchers save time and avoid a complex workflow. Researchers at the Aarhus University Institute for Biomedicine and Bioinformatics Research Centre (BiRC) use two computer systems: The GenomeDenmark cluster...

DeiC invites pilot projects on the Cultural Heritage Cluster

04/11/16 – Researchers within the humanities and social sciences are invited to use the DeiC National Cultural Heritage Cluster for pilot projects. DeiC invites researchers to submit calls of interest to become a national eScience pilot project. The selected research projects will be granted...

New web site for Abacus supercomputer

09/09/16 – Information about the Abacus 2.0 supercomputer may now be found at a new address. DeiC National HPC Center, University of Southern Denmark, has opened up a new web site. From now on, information about the Abacus 2.0 supercomputer may be found here: abacus.deic.dk The web site...

Activities

03
Nov

DeiC Conference 2021

Vingsted Hotel and Conference Center in Bredsten near Vejle